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Histoire des Yncas, rois du Perou : depuis le premier Ynca Manco Capac, fils du soleil, jusqu'à Atahualpa dernier Ynca : où l'on voit leur etablissement, leur religion, leurs loix, leur conquêtes ... (1737)

Author: Vega, Garcilaso de la, 1539-1616; Baudoin, Jean, 1590?-1650; Vega, Garcilaso de la, 1539-1616. Florida del Inca. French. Richelet; Hennepin, Louis, active 17th century. Nouvelle découverte d'un très grand pays situé dans l'Amérique entre le Nouveau Mexique et la mer Glaciale; Picart, Bernard, 1673-1733; Duflos, Claude, 1665-1727; Cave, François Morellon La, fl. ca. 1700-1766; Folkema, Jacob, 1692-1767; Bernard, Jean-Frédéric, 1683?-1744
Volume: 2
Subject: Incas; Indians of South America
Publisher: A Amsterdam : Chez Jean Frederic Bernard
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: French
Call number: 320740
Digitizing sponsor: Research Library, The Getty Research Institute
Book contributor: Research Library, The Getty Research Institute
Collection: getty; americana

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Title printed in red and black

Date misprinted as "MDCCXXVII" on vol. 2 title-page

This translation of the "Primera parte de los Commentarios reales", by Jean Baudoin, was first published in 1633 under the title "Le commentaire royal." The original Spanish version was first published at Lisbon in 1609

"Nouvelle découverte d'un pays plus grand que l'Europe, situé dans l'Ameriue [par Louis Hennepin]"--T. 2, p. [223]-373

Plates engraved by Claude Duflos, François Morellon La Cave, and Jacob Folkema

Binding: old calf; gilt spines; stained edges; bookplate of Osborn's Royal Pavilion Circulating Library and Reading Room, Brighton on front pastedowns

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